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That Bread is Mine, Too

Okay, so the State was smashed yesterday morning. Now what?

Obviously, everybody will go his/her own way and make oodles of gold. Some of it will be spent on protection agents and arbitration. And we shall be ever-vigilant against the return of the State!

But what are we going to do if someone wants his money back?


Such a question is far from academic, for one’s view of justice seems to determine one’s revolutionary tactics. Robert LeFevre, the anarcho-pacifist, pursues a purely educational route because he has foresworn the use of defensive restitutive force. What else can he do? Murray Rothbard, enamored with “temporary” political expedients, pursues popular fronts with rightists, then leftists, then partyarchs. With his “double restitution” or “restitution plus punishment” theory, he finds himself allied with the Penal Institution crowd regardless of other alliances.

Ayn Rand seeks unlimited restitution, and since infinity can only be achieved mystically she must resurrect a gover…

An Agorist Theory on the Stock Market

There are few subjects that are as touchy as the Stock Market to bring up in a casual conversation in some of my (off-line) social circles - And for a good reason! Like with all good ideas, once the state has laid its evil roots at the core of it, it turns slowly into a bastardized version of what it is supposed to be.  I will use my agorist lense to look at the concept and give you my view on one of the most powerful markets available to us freedom-loving people and what is required to unleash it.




The idea of the Stock
Businesses and entrepreneurs face several problems when they try and establish themselves on the market: Can you find and convince costumers of the value of your product (marketing)? How do you create these things you want to produce (knowledge)? How do you get it into the hands of your customer (distribution)? Should I have storage (logistics)? How do I get the capital to start or expand (finance)?
The last part is what the stocks are made to help out with. It doesn…

Apartment Grown Resistance - Green fingered Agorism

Let's face facts: Every time you shop at a grocery store with a sales tax on food, you are lending a hand in your own suppression. Cultivating your own food supply is a practical and effective way to oppose the state - Today we are taking a look on how to not support the government through your dinner plate, from the comfort of your own apartment! 


Beans, Peppers, and Tomatoes growing on my kitchen counter.
Modern apartments are not set-up for growing foods in any practical way. Your interior design is probably made for things like leisure and sleeping. You might not even have access to a backyard or a balcony. Not having a single green finger on either of your hands might also be troublesome. 
These things and more are problems and the problems just keep on stacking - It seems impossible at first, an uphill battle designed to hold you back. Let me give you a secret: It is not impossible to be self-sustaining on food, even in a small apartment. You just need to change your perspect…